THE Reading & District Sunday League Premier Division match between Woodley Wanderers Reserves and Richfield Rovers was abandoned following red cards for the home side's Ben Cannon and Marcus Witt.

They were well on their way to victory with Owen Davies, Lewis Doe, Asa Povey and Sam Brighton having found the Richfield net.

Second-placed Pangbourne Barbarians were held to a 1-1 draw by bottom club WS Hobnob, for whom Richard Paine netted after 65 minutes.

116 Exiles received a walkover from AFC Bradfield.

With Woodley Wanderers conceding their fixture at The Sportsman, there was no action in the Senior Division.

Loxwood ended a run of three Division One losses by drawing 2-2 at Henley Town after leading 1-0 at half-time.

Michael Flatman and Mitchell Dowson netted their goals, but Henley secured a point thanks to Aaron Brittain and Tom Essam.

Division Two champions Englefield Eagles Reds completed a highly successful season with a 6-3 victory at fourth-placed Whitley Athletic, scoring five times in the second half.

Substitute Josh Brown bagged a hat-trick with Matt Holloway and Toby Humphreys also on target.

There was a similar score-line for runners-up Southcote Colts Reserves in their game at Southbank with all six goals coming from different players – Reece Bucket, Tom Clark, Jake Collins, Marcus Guest, James Neate and Kai Stubbs-Alleyne all finding the net.

The Division Three clash between the leaders and tailenders went to form with Shinfield Park United trouncing 116 Exiles Reserves 11-1.

Patrick Gardner led the rout with five goals, while Steve Downs netted a hat-trick, Ross Baker a brace and one from Dean Bessant.

James Christmas netted the consolation of Exiles, who trailed 4-1 at half-time.

South Reading kept their title hopes alive by inflicting an 11-2 hiding on AFC Pangbourne, while second-placed AFC Lowfield Green now look out of contention after being held to a 1-1 draw by Mortimer, whose first-half goal came from Milan Patel.

Tilehurst Club Reserves triumphed 2-0 at Theale with Kingsley Jahrell and Kyle Stone netting in the first half.

Burghfield Reserves sealed the Division Four title thanks to a 5-2 victory at home to Wayback Wanderers with goals from Kieran Smith (2), James McClellan, Alex Vallins and Dan Ward.

Borussia Teeth slammed Sanctuary Strikers

10-1, while Shinfield Rangers crashed Calcot 6-0 courtesy of Ben Tait (2),

Dylan Goswell, Dan Smith, Laxmen Sreetharan and substitute John Smiddy all on target.